All the Ways to be Smart by Davina Bell and Allison Colpoys is an utterly delightful ode to all the unique and wonderful qualities that make children who they are.
Smart is not just ticks and crosses, smart is building boats from boxes.
Painting patterns, wheeling wgaons, being mermaids, riding dragons.
Everyone at Booktopia has fallen in love with this wonderful hardcover picture book. It really is a perfect Christmas gift!
Just take a look inside this beautiful book and you will see why we are so obsessed …
Playful, empowering, lighthearted, entertaining and so very charming – All the Ways to be Smart is really something special. This is the kind of book that would make a perfect gift for every child. No matter what talents your child possesses or what their interested might be, this is a book that can help them appreciate and celebrate their own unique brand of “smart”.
Click the link below to watch Davina Bell and Allison Colpoys tell us about All the Ways to be Smart …
And for a limited time we are offering an special giveaway. Order a copy of All the Ways to be Smart before midnight, November 30th 2018 and you will go into the draw to win this exclusive prize pack including a uniquely designed gift wrapped set of hardback books signed by Davina Bell and Allison Colpoys (All The Ways To Be Smart, Under the Love Umbrella, The Underwater Fancy-Dress Parade) plus an exclusive print!* (see below)
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All the Ways to be Smart
From the award-winning creators of The Underwater Fancy-dress Parade and Under the Love Umbrella comes this joyful ode to all the unique and wonderful qualities that make children who they are.
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Sarah is the Editor of The Booktopian Blog and Senior Content Producer at Booktopia, where she enjoys unleashing the full capacity of her bookish obsession. She enjoys sword-fighting, time-travel, rare jewel collecting and competitive yodeling. She also leads a very rich fantasy life. An avid reader and book reviewer, Sarah is filled with boundless enthusiasm for the written word! She also has a slight tendency to overuse exclamation points!!!!!
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